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Home Visiting

The Salt Lake County Health Department’s home-visiting nurses and educators help low-income families achieve healthier pregnancies and stronger child development, as well as provide guidance toward self-sufficiency. Healthier families translates to safer, stronger communities for all of us!

Program requirements vary; some programs, such as Nurse-Family Partnership, are for first-time parents only. Others, such as Parents as Teachers, have only income requirements. Through Targeted Case Management, our public health nurses also provide home visitation to newborns and children under 4 years old who are on Medicaid.

We also offer home visiting programs for people with asthma and children who have an elevated blood lead level.

Asthma: 385-468-5250
Lead Poisoning Prevention: 801-382-8877 (text)
Nurse-Family Partnership:
Parents as Teachers: 385-468-3723


Thank you to the Utah Diaper Bank for providing diapers to our clients in need.

Salt Lake County Health Department
General Information  
Phone: (385) 468-4100